A Hawaii personal injury law firm that focuses on car accidents, wrongful death actions, slip and falls, work injuries and other accidents
Honolulu personal injury law firm with a proven track record
If you are looking for an innovative and aggressive personal injury law firm dedicated to client service, you have found the right law firm.
Vlad Devens has been a top Hawaii personal injury attorney for over 25 years. He has been voted by his peers to the “Best Attorneys in America” listing, recognized as a Hawaii “Super Lawyer” and selected as a “Top 100 Trial Lawyer” by the National Trial Lawyers Association.
The law firm has a proven track record and successfully recovered multi-million-dollars in verdicts, awards and settlements over the many years. Mr. Devens and his firm are dedicated to seeking justice for its clients and have represented clients in wrongful death cases, car accidents, pedestrian accidents, moped accidents, bicycle accidents, slip and falls, work/construction accidents, medical malpractice and worker’s compensation.
As a highly respected personal injury attorney, Mr. Devens and his law firm will aggressively represent your interests with the benefits of over 25 years of experience and success.
The law firm provides free case evaluations and does not charge any attorney’s fees if there is no recovery in a personal injury case.
Vladimir P. Devens
(808) 253-8108 (direct)
Mr. Devens has successfully litigated a variety of cases at all levels in our Hawaii State courts, including the Hawaii Supreme Court, Intermediate Court of Appeals, Circuit Court, District Court, Family Court, the federal courts (District of Hawaii, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals), and before various administrative agencies, including the Disability Compensation Division, Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board and Hawaii Labor Relations Board.
(808) 253-8122 (direct)
Mr. Alapa is a graduate of the William S. Richardson School of Law where he received various accolades, including being named National Champion of the 2011 Native American Moot Court Competition held at Columbia School of Law, and co-champion of the 2010 Susan B. McKay Oral Advocacy Competition. In his moot court experience, Mr. Alapa argued before United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and various federal and state judges who sit on the bench in Hawaiʻi and around the country.
Mr. Kagawa primarily practices in the area of personal injury and has successfully represented clients in contested personal injury cases in Hawaii’s circuit courts, arbitrations and mediations. Mr. Kagawa is a graduate of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra Universitywhere he received various accolades, including being awarded the Bertram D. Brettschneider Scholarship and appointed to the university’s judicial affairs committee.